Rush Limbaugh Pounced on the Commercial Appeal Wednesday

Earlier today, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh read aloud from – and vented his criticism about – a story Jane Roberts wrote this week for the Commercial Appeal.

It was about a Memphis City Schools program to offer supper to students as part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids federal legislation passed last year.

Limbaugh said he thought the move to offer kids another meal at school – for some, what amounted to a third meal – suggested that kids will eventually be living at school, with their needs taken care of there instead of at home.

At one point in his commentary, Limbaugh mentioned one of the students in the story, Will Adams, 11, by name and said with evident frustration, “whatever 11-year-old Will Adams wants, well, d–n it, Will Adams is going to get, because he’s an American kid and he can’t be expected to go home hungry!”

One Response to “Rush Limbaugh Pounced on the Commercial Appeal Wednesday”

  1. Elmer Fudd says:

    when do we start buying their clothing, pay utilities, etc.?

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